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The Tamaulipas Shiner (Notropis braytoni) is a small North American freshwater fish, living in the Rio Grande drainage in Texas and northern Mexico.
COLOR PALETTE SAMPLED FROM IMAGES OF THE TAMAULIPAS SHINER
- TheTamaulipas Shiner (Notropis braytoni) is a small North American freshwater fish, living in the Rio Grande drainage in Texas and northern Mexico.
- Honestly, that's what I can find on this State-listed threatened species- if you know more about it, please reach out to me at Juliet@giddyupartstudio.com
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THREATENED TEXAS SERIES:
There are 148 Threatened Species & 74 Threatened Species in Texas. Each palette & species is unique. I have sampled colors from images of actual Texas Threatened Species and created original art inspired by each group. 5% of the profits from this series enthusiastically goes to help Threatened & Endangered Species.